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Russell Party Pics Surface. Weight Question Remains

Russell Party Pics surface. I'm more concerned about his weight than the drinks he was enjoying. #NFL #Raiders #Russell

I've never cared much for people distorting reality. Reality is that pictures are common and if we are at a party there are a few shots being snapped. Recently these photos have been posted on partychaser.com show JaMarcus having a good time. This has nothing to do with his on-field performance. I'm sure Tom Brady has knocked a few back at a party before.

Russell Bling
Russell Weight


The reason I decided to post these photos is more because of the tight white shirt Russell is wearing. You can clearly see quite a round belly.

Maybe the slightly rotund Russell is just what he is, but I wish he would show a little bit of ambition to work that off during the offseason so we aren't talking about a 300 pound quarterback down the road.

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  1. You really are an idiot. He's not fat at all. The guy is built like a house.

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  2. Yeah, a big fat house... Wake up!

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  3. Sam, Sam, Sam. I like Russell. I just think an NFL QB shouldn't have a beer belly. That said I think he will do good this year. He might do better if he could burn off the extra 10 he had in his gut. I have been an avid supporter of Russell and his weight. He may as well always be heavy, but fat and muscle are too very different things.

    I don't like to see my starting QB with a gut. That just makes him a fat guy with a rocket arm. How many of those are sitting on a couch at home right now. A lot.

    Russell needs to show us something this season. Third season is the year you find out if a guy is going to cut it or not.

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